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Richard specialises in re-using beachcombed man made materials in his pictures and sculptures. In this case he has used copper bronze fragments which came from an early 20th century boat breakers yard at Milford Haven which are mounted on a piece of roof slate.

Richard's work can be seen at Beachcombing Art.

Bishop's Palace II
Bishop's Palace I
Solva Bluebells 2014
Gannet at Strumble

Nigel paints scenes of Pembrokeshire and much else in styles which are unique to himself. As a result, a one man show by Nigel looks like the work of several different artists.

The two paintings shown are both of the Bishop's Palace in St. Davids. The second is one of a series of paintings in the 'Cathedral' section of his web site. Paintings which were inspired by the thought, "What would St. David's Cathedral look like if it were made of modern stained glass?"

Nigel's work can be seen at Nigel's Gallery (www.artmost.eu)

Jean has spent much of her life on the cliffs, taking in the action; the movement of water, changing seasons and comings and goings of sea birds, gannets, gulls, oystercatchers, shearwaters.

Recently she has ventured off the coast path, but not so very far, to paint woodland by Solva and also up the estuary near Little Milford. She works on large canvases in collage and oil as well as making charcoal and mixed media drawings on heavy hand made paper.

Jean's work can be seen at www.smithyart.com

More links to our artists' web sites will be added in due course.